Originally Posted by its lbs not miles
Just to join the corus. Not sway backed. The back looks like it has a pretty even line between the croup and the upturn of the withers. A sway has more of a dip not a line. Doesn't look to heavy to me either. Just make sure you have a cut back saddle if English, or a high gullet otherwise. Those withers should keep you from have much of a saddle side slippage.
We ride western and I have a Circle Y Flex Tree for him and I love it and so does he, it has a high clearance for his withers. No not much slipping side to side with him
His big ol butt does good on going uphil on trailrides haha he's got pretty big hind quarters and strong shoulders. He's really comfortable bareback too, which I just started to ocassionally try. Im glad I found this sight so I can ask horse savy people my questions when they come up you can't always trust the people on yahoo answers lol but I didnt know where else to go for my questtions where I could get alot of opinions